PLEASE READ CAREFULLY, I've accessed (as usual) another site to get more detail that lidl uk tend not to publish with their instore deal goods..
Without taking goods apart I can only speculate as to these items being the same, hwever it's pretty darn likely isn't it, bearing in mind how stock go's on rotation..
Mains-free, environmentally-friendly outdoor light with 9 bright, long-life LEDs and motion detector
Solar panel with connection cable, length approx. (m): 3
Motion sensor detection angle (°): 120
2 for £45
3 Year Manufacturers Warranty
German site info....
Sensor-controlled radiator with a swiveling motion and separate solar panel module
Motion detection with adjustable range of up to 12 meters
Light duration adjustable from 10 seconds to 4 minutes
Twilight sensitivity adjustable
Weather-resistant and splash-proof (IP44)
9 quality LG LEDs
polycrystalline solar module*
(*wattage unknown unless more details appear courtesy hukd'ers)
Integrated Li-Ion battery (about 7.4 volts / 1800 mAh) ..meh! not good but better than nothing, wrong choice for you if you need long periods of frequent lighting this is designed for occasional / infrequent use, I'm guessing the battery is shoved in the already tight chassis of this commonly used design for floodlights, however it may be in a screw in pack beneath (incorporated within the solar panel also, ...I simply cannot tell.
Total luminous flux (with cover) ca. 520 lm ...(not great but a useful amount of light if not mounted stupidly high)!
3 metres of cable between solar panel & main light unit gives you plenty of scope without big electrical losses to find the best position (south facing, unimpeded) to keep that battery topped up for winter season use especially, the panel looks larger than others in this type of deal, however as usual module efficency & wattage of the panel are sadly nowhere to be found.
Color temperature (light color) 5000 K (neutral white)
Ra (color rendering index of LED): 80
LED lifetime about 25,000 hours
Would make a good shed light (external) at the bottom of the garden, near a kids play area to throw some extra light, as a door entry light. side of the house, side passage etc, ..this isn't going to light up a room to read by for an evening but is an improvement on the typical offerings elsewhere, it i pretty interchangeable & expandable so nice for a small diy project or a scouting badge, "tinkering type upgrade"
The 520 lumens stated is "about" 6 watts throw of an existing 10 watt flood of this type for comparison purposes. ..enough to get by & better than many.
DO remember that a PIR switch draws current (battery energy) ALL the time, but for convenience sake, this may be a good deal for some.
Lastly, these are named brand LED's (emitters) so should all be to a matched brightness level compared to other brands.. (trust me thats a good thing).